Imperial or LSE for a Masters in Management?
I'm a third-year psych student at UCL and was fortunate enough to receive offers from both LSE and Imperial for their 1YFT management programs.
I've read around and most threads comparing the two degrees are pretty dated, so I wanted to ask about others' thoughts if the reputation of the Imperial Business School has become more established in today's climate.
Right now I am hoping to go into management consulting and feel like the slightly more flexible module choices and Imperial's reputation would help fill in the gap in quantitative skills as someone with a social science background. But as LSE is a much more business-oriented school, it likely has better connections and reputation for employers.
I originally wanted to go to Imperial but now I feel like much of what I thought set them apart from other programs may just be marketing and that I would be better off at a more established MiM course at LSE.
I'd love to hear any thoughts or opinions on this, thanks in advance!
LSE and have no regrets. Both cannot be compared. Only LBS can compare with LSE in London :)
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